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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908.
Milwaukee and Vicinity
Tlni Eighth Kf't'lo ''xercliK'H of tho
Milwaukee grammar school wuro hold
nt tlio band hull Hitturdny ovoiiIiik,
Juno 0th. The following programnjo
wuh well rotidnrod:
Address of Welcome, Pres. of Class,
Courtship of Miles BtunillHh In Pan
tomime; Miles KttindUh Clifford Klutz
John Alilon KcKimhl Wltto
I'rlHnlllu Jlnsslo Holt
Mi'HHoiiKor Frtd Btrolb
Howling In soono 1 lill(n Jackson,
IMIth Huberts ICllmi Roberts, Myr-,
Headline In soono 2 Hni-.nl Wymun.
Rending lu hci'iio 3 Iloy Behroedor.
Heading In Mccno 4 Ad it Lukln mid
HciiilltiK l seono C Jtiinlo Million.
Itcdil I iik in soono 6 Edward Wlnzun-
Dunt, "Hhophord's Evening Bong,"
Edith Roberts and Myrtle Mullen;
Bong, "Guardian Angel," Coelllan
Quintette; CIuhm History, Adnm Keek;
CIuhh Prophesy, Clayton Colomun;
Bong, Tim Iiovllimt Flower that over
IIIowm, hy Miss Kvu Hcott; Vulmllc
tory, ICugonlo Johnson; Class Boiik,
Our Oregon Homo; Address to tlio
CIiihh, Btipt, T. J. Oury; Presentation
of DIploinuH, Chairman of Hchool
Ilonrd, Rlcliurd Hcott; ProHotitntloii of
(,'uiiintiH of Attendance, l'rlnclpul
of Mllwuukoit Bchool ICuiollo C. Bliuw;
Tim Eighth grade hold their cIuhs
plenlo on WudiK'Hdny, Juno 10, at
I wo funcy driving mures 5 years
old, nt a ii (1 ii rl hri'd, for sale reasonable.
C. K. Froy, Milwaukee.
It. F. JohiiHon, tlio restaurant ninn,
has movivl Into hli now quarters.
i Will Lang of I'ortlund. who former-
ly lived hero, wuh a visitor In Mil
Mrn. J. c. Blinmond went to Cluck
A. T. Elmer Is building u now burn
on lila homo plane.
Mrn. A. H. Dowllng presented her
hiixliund with a fine, nlno ono-hulf
pou ml Imhy girl lant Wednesday, Juno
3. lloth mot tier and baby are getting
Th o Mltwutiki'O Ilnnd In preparing
for a bl ic ooncort Juno 27. A full
mimical program will bo rendered and
a good tlmu U proinlMod to all.
Juki' Kttiko, olio of the Southern Pa
cine section men met with (iilte a
Rorloiia accident Mondiiy. When tho
freight chiiio along Im did not atop
away vory fur from tho truck and a
Iooho door of a box car struck him
on tho head. Ho wuh getting along a
well an could ho expected,
C. F. Wltto Is employing a forco of
iiion to K't Crystal Ijiko Park ready
for tho opening day. Mr. Wltto has
one of tho fluent ainiiHement proposl
IIoiin In t h Ih part of tho country, lie
hiiM lliO.000 trout, Hcvernl hundred gold
DhIi and hiiHH In bin pond. Tho lull
ing ruloH that aro In forco make flsh
Ing In thlH plnco great tixr t and are
at tho Humo tlmo ho humnno that not
iven tho moat tender henrtod woman
could find any real grounds for com
plaint. Tho new pavilion Ih being
pntntml anil every convenience for vIb
Horn In being provided. Thla little
purk ought to bo a great help to Mil
waukee and wo all ought to help
The cement foundation for tho now
annex to tho Hchool house Ih ulmont
Mayor Shlndler begun tho construe-,
tlon of IiIh new homo IuhI Tuesday.
Thla will bo a live nxun atrlctly mod
The HervlcoH for tho coming week
at the Evangelical Church aro bh fol
lows: Hiindny Preaching 1ft A. M.; Bun
day School 11 A. M.; Young People's
Alllunce 7 P. M.; Preuchlng 8 P. M
Tho evening Hormon will bo especial
ly for young people.
. WodncHduy Sunday School Work
ers Meeting 8 P. M.
Thurnday Prayer meeting at 8 P.
M. Rev. Nouh Shupp, pnstor. Every
one Ih cordially Invited,
Through a clerical mlHtake on the
Hchool records tho report of tho pupils
In the Milwaukee schools who weie
preHont every day wuh wrong In tVreo
canon, uh follows; Tho namo of Vic
tor Fltzpntrlck Hhould hnvo been pub
llHhed liiHtoad of Coral HaiiHon; Chea
ter Hunmi liiHtead of Adulla Sufferago
and Ida Ijicoii InHtead of Lily Lacon.
Mrs, (Jhupmun, who has boon visit
lug with hur ilaughtor, Mra. C. O. Mil
lurd, lata re tu mod homo,
Mrs. Roy Pollock, from Eastern
Oregon, Ih horo on un oxtonde.il vlalt
Mrs. Lena lluttln bun gafoly roeov
orod from an attack of mumps.
Mm. I. I Clurko has gone tip to
Clurkos to vlalt with hor Hon Will,
and hi family. ' '
A giimo of baHoball was played bo
twoon tho Harmony baaobull toum and
S)uiiiiihciih luat Sunday uftomoon. The
coro stood In favor of DamaHcua.
Mrs, John Davis Is on tho alck llHt
but we aro all glad to boar that aba
There will be a social given at tho
homo of Mr. and Mra. John Wiso by
the Young People's Society next Fri
day evening. Ice cream and cako will
Mrs. Walgor, of Hood Rlvor, Is here
visiting with hor slater, Mrs. John,
"THE STORE THAT RIGHTS THE WRONG"
Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo RuHmusson,
Mrs. Ilrown und Mrs. Roborta, of
Portland, vlaltod Mrs. P, Q. Wells and
Mrs. Thomas Guult Monday.
Mr. Hlchurd Warren Is making ex
teiiHlve Improvements on the Inter
ior of lllH tlOtlHO.
Mr. and Mrs. Win, Lewthwalte and
daughter aro guonts of Mrs. McAlpIn
Tho hiiHobull field at CludHtono Purk
Ih being Improved. It will bo In bet
ter condition this year than evor be
forn. Mr. and Mrs. Perry and family are
visiting Professor and Mrs. L. A.
There will bo services next Sunday
morning, afternoon aud evening, at
OladHtono Park, Mr. Horry In churgo
There will bo a bnsket dinner. ICvery
one U requested to bring their lunch
and spend tho day.
Mr. K. P. Carter Is painting his
Mrs. Idu E. Reeve of St. Paul, Mln
noHota, who has been vlHltlng on tho
Pnclflc Coast this Winter, Is a gueHt
of Mrs. C. A. Warren.
THE NEW PROPRIETOR
CHICAGO CLOTHING CO.
69-71 Thttd St.
Well, tho election Is past and no
harm done, only that this precinct
Hundred of Oregon City Readers
, Know What It Mean.
Tho kidneys are overtaxed;
Have too much to do.
They tell about It In many aches
Dackacbo, aldoache, hoadacho,
Karly symptoms of kidney Ills.
Urinary troubles, diabetes, Urlght'a
O. Ill Bprlngmoyer, expressman, of
1016 First St., Portland, Ore., says:
"Exposure to rough weather and the
jarrlnc of my wagon brought on kid
ney troubles. My back acbed altnoHt
conHtantty and the action of the kid
neys soomod weak and the passages
of tho secretions too frequent Doan'i
Kidney Pills came to my notice and
I got a box and began using thorn at
onco. The pain In my back was soon
relieved and the kldnoy accretions be
came normal. Two boxes of Doan'a
Kidney Pills brought about this ro
suit." (From statement made Feb. 28,
Cured to Stay Cured.
On January 12, 1906, Mr. Spring-
moyer confirmed tho above statement
and added: "Since tho tlmo referred
to In my former testimony, I have not
have recommended Doan'a Kidney
PUIh to many people and am always
glad to do so "
Plenty more proof like this from
Oregon City people. Call at Huntley
Bros.' drug storo and ask what cus
For Halo by all doalers. Price 60
cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agontu for the United States.
Romomher tho namo Doan's and
tako no other.
A collection ot fresh, high
grade Suits, hand tailored;
have shape-retaining fronts,
finished with fancy cuffs and
other late novelty effects now
so popular. These suits are
sold everywhere in this town
for $15.00. Our price only
We are selling THE' FULL
WORTH HAT. "The Name
Assures the quality," All
styles and popular shades, rep;.
$3 val. $2.50.
j ,; Dm
Bet; Oak and Pine
A bargain indeed. This line is
of the finest worsteds, serges
and fancy cheviots. The ma
terials will please you so will
the tailoring, hut what will
please you the most is our low7
price of only
All Straw Hats at Greatly
Care-fare allowed on
all purchases of $10
Chicago Clothing Co., Sol Garde, Prop.
69-7J THIRD STREET, BETWEEN OAK AND PINE
Indian In Jail Again.
Harry Clark, Sr., who Is betor
known In the police court than any
where cIho. wns sentenced to serve
five days In tho hostile for drunken
iichs. Clark Is an Indian and la fami
liar with every nook and corner of the
Jail, spending much of his time there.
A biiHlneas directory of each city,
town, or village In Oregon and Watih
lugton, giving a descriptive aketch of
each place, together with the location
and shipping facilities and a classi
fied directory of each business and
profession, H. R. Polk & Co., Inc.,
ALWAYS BE A
YOU SHOULD AL
WAYS BE SURE IT
IS A TRUE REASON
NIKIIK ARK MANY REASONS WHY YOU BIIOIXO I1VY A K1MBAI.1
Tlm Gnwtcut, rarhmii, tha Mitno lUrlf Cun Olvn.
if your nlhbor hi on In uia 10 or 15 yri. cU nd ni It aik him
how th Kimball wwu-.. to ton, notion, .to. Th Klmlll I. no experiment
over ISO 000 have been mle end ol A. Over 15,0(KI nre In delly ue on the
Cot and Northweet, all dolus wUUfuotory mtv1. whrtiier ueed on jrer or
twrotr. Klmballe are nuide right, and the price le rllit too about a hun
dred dollure ln than other make! of the very highest grade.
We puhll.hed. a .hort time ago. Mr. Eller Advl.-e to a friend who aeked
him about plunoe and what make to b uy. W. believe the advice given thli
friend would be ijood advice to you or to anyone, became It km unb'" n
ave th. "roneon why" to buy a Kimball ami the inun who gave the aOMce
wae thoroughly Informed and knew what he wi talklnu about.
In buying the pluno for your home why not be euro-do not 1")"'m,,"'7b,",,
the bret. ami when th. nr.t co.t may b. a Ut.l. mora than m. one el.e has
ffrod to sell you an ln.lrum.nt fr-the "Utile more- you I would pay to g t
a Klmlmll would soon be forgotten. Many year, after when our Kin nball
would bo about a. good a. new. you would then more than W y
,;.,r.' ndvlc. 16 "buy a Kimball." The late.t model- V. '". ' ' 'J.
woo.le will be found at any of the 1011 or. .tore., but II r-t c""n,"n.,.,y J
rated near you, Kindly .end iw.tal for K l.i.lll CloinM. "I ' ' '
your rmiu...t prompt reply, and alw tell you of our .poclal purclm.e plan.
ON TIIK COAST
-40 STORES ai.MB.. VoilTX and this west
asa wasiiinutosi ST., ronri.ANu, on
Estflcada and Eastern Clackamas
A sister of Mrs. Ktmmel arrived at
EBtacada Saturday night.
L. J. Palmateer had his foot hurt
a few days ago. He is getting along
F. M. Gill and Geo. E. Dale worked
several days last week for the Gil!
Uros. In Multnomah county on their;
large truck farm. j
Election day was very oulet here,
and 228, votes were cast out of 249
registered and 24 sworn In. Prohl
bltlon carried by 27 votes In Estacaila
and Gill had two more votes than
women in that precinct and C4 man
at Eaglo Creek, defeating women by
a majority of 67 In the district. Bos
well had G2 votes bo that GUI had a
majority over all, of five votes. W. A.
Jones was not opposed and received a
largo vote for constable.
The Estacada school closed Friday
JoBle Caranau and Bert Page were
graduated from the 8th grade. Sev.'
eral completed the ninth grade suc
cessfully. S. J. Flint was principal
Mlas Eva D. Primer had the Inter
mediate department and Miss Stevens
Miss Anna Harkenrlder and AuguBt
Paulsen, boii of Hon. Hans Paulsen
were married Sunday at the home of
the bride's parents, F. J. Harkenrlder
Miss Helen Berry arrived at Esta
cada from Chicago Monday to visit
her sister, Mrs. George Dale.
Fred Yohann, a 'prosperous farmer
of Macksburg, was united in holy wed
lock at 12:30 Tuesday noon to Miss
Martha Sagner, daughter of Mrs. Sag
ner, of Estacada. The bridal party
formed at the bride's home and walk
ed to the Odd Fellows Hall a dis
tance of one half block. Mendel
ssohn's wedding march was played by
a flue graphophone as the couple
marched up the aisle to the platform,
which was beautifully decorated. Rev.
G. Hafner, pastor of the German Re
form church, of Portland, united the
couple under a Bnow. white wedding
bell with the usual ring service spok
en In Gorman. A double quartet sang
two German wedding) songs. The
bridal party was led by two small boys
and two little girls all dressed In
white and carrying baskets of flow
ors. Three sisters of the bride. Misses
Gertrude, Agnes and Meta acted as
bridesmaids. William Yohann, broth
er of the groom, and Adolph Sagner
were the witnesses. The bride looked
beautiful In her white silk gown trim
rr.ed with hand ertlbroldory and dainty
flowers. He dark tresses were crown
ed by a white veil and orange blos
soms, and she carried a large bouquet
of roses. The groom wore a dark
After the ceremony the family and
friends enjoyed a dinner served In
true German stylq. Mx. and Mrs.
Yohann will make their home In
MackBburg after a short visit In Port
land. The services at the Methodist
church for next Sunday are: Sunday
School 10 A. M.; Preaching by Rev.
Kerr, acting District Superintendent,
and the Administration of the Sacra
ment of the Lord'B Supper, 11 A. M.;
Junior League 2:00 P. M.; Epworth
League 7:30 P. M. The Ladies' Aid
will meet with Mrs. Reed on Friday
of this week and on Friday evening
there will be the regular monthly
business meeting and social of the Ep
Dr. S. W. Striker of Portland, was
a visitor at the home of Mr. Estes
Mr. E. F Surfus has gone to Red
ding, Cal., on a short business trip.
Miss Mary Womer and Miss Ger
trude Morrow were visitors in Port
land last week.
The little town of Estacada was
somewhat upset Tuesday, at high
noon, by the sound of the fire bell.
The town was alive In a minute and
many of the fire boys felt like hang
ing some one when they found that it
was only- an attempted joke on the
wedding party then assembling.
A great deal of Inconvenience Is
given the people on the south side of
the river by the closing of the bridge
to team travel.
A celebration that will do honor to
the founders of our country will take,
place In Estacada on July 4th. The
volunteer Are boys are gradually ar
ranging for the big time, and it is
going to be the grandest affair since
the last .celebration.
Chas. Bronson and family have
moved to St. John.
Mrs. R. C. Herring and daughter,
Wavo, have gone p Hood River, and
will remain during the berry picking
There are but two saloons in Es
tacada now. The license of three of
the old places expired on May 31st,
and. since a tidal wave of cold water
rolled over the town It is. useless to
ask for a renewal. On the first of
July when the new law will go into
effect, Messrs. Stuben and Close will
be compelled to close their places of
business, and then the pretty little,
suburban city on the banks of the
classic Clackamas, will be dry and
actions of Foster, himself. Tuesday
the second boy notified a neighbor
that his step-father was going to take
his brother to Portland and place him
on some ocean vessel. The neighbor
immediately reported the matter and
the authorities stopped Foster and
the children as he was boarding the
car. They then telephoned the Boys'
and Girls' Aid and circulated a peti
tion among the merchants asking the
society to provide a home for the
children and stating that the step
father is brutal and drunken, that he
did not provide for the children and
that he was attempting to shanghai
the child to a sailing vessel. After a
good dinner at the Estacada Hotel,
given the boys by the whole-souled
manager, the officers took them to
the city. Here they learned as they
had suspected that the juvenile Court
In Oregon City had jurisdiction in the
case. They thersfore took the lads
to Oregon City and placed the matter
In the hands of the Deputy District
Attorney, O. D. Eby, Wednesday morn
ing. Last Sunday afternoon Miss Anna
Harkenrlder was united in marriage
to August Paulson, of Portland, at
the bride's home, by the Rev. Father
Derrer, of .Portland. Misses Matilda
and Ida Harkenrlder acted as brides
maids. Julius Paulson was best man.
Miss Lidla Paulson played the wed
ding march, and F. J. Harkenrlder
gave his daughter away. Mrs. Har
riet Myer, Mrs. Simmons and Mrs. F.
H. Shay assisted Mrs. Harkenrlder.
Supper was served in the Oak Grove.
The couple left for Sea Side and will
make, their home on Kennelworth
Ave., in Portland.
A beautiful home wedding occurred
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Stone, of Boring, June 3. when their
daughter. Miss Katie Stone, was unit
ed In marriage to Mr. Eamal Bartsch, rickg of flre wood
Miss Annie Kllgel and Mr. Parrot,
of Sandy, were mrrrled May 26th
and are away on their honey moon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Nelson are re
joicing over the event of a ten lb. baby
girl, June 2 .
Leo. Rath went to Portland Mon
day to attend the carnival.
Joe Jarl had the misfortune to lose
a fine registered Jersey bull last week.
The animal was at Victor John
son's place and slipped and broke a
W. P. Roberts, of Dover, was In
Kelso on business on Monday.
J. U. Campbell and Mr. Moody of
Oregon City, were in Kelso just before
the election canvassing the town.
Emmel Bartsch, of this place, and
Miss Stone, of Boring were married
Geo. C. Brownell has sold the 40 A
here formerly belonging to Marvin
Dickerson of the Hinducase, to a Mr.
Hoffman of Sandy for $1,000. Brownell
made a big fee for his work in that
We welcome the beautiful sunshine
after so many weeks of rain.
Our road supervisor Johnson, has
Just finished a new grade on the Suter
Henry Schmidt has treated his
house to a new coat ot paint. -
It won't be very long before we will
have ripe cherries In this neighbor
hood. Mrs. H. F. Gibson and Mrs. Melnke,
of Barton, were In this burg calling
on relatives and friends Sunday, re
turning Monday to their homes.
Henry Johnson was a business vis
itor in Eagle Creek last Friday.
Otto Paulsen attended the wedding
of his cousin, August Paulsen, last
Sunday at Estacada.
Carl Line received the contract to
supply the school district with eight
of Orient. At high noon the wed
ding march was played by Miss Stel
la Stone, sister of the bride. Then
came Rev. Engalls, followed by the
groom and his best man, Mr. Kye
Stone. The bride entered the par
lor on the arm of her bridesmaid. Miss
Agnes Bartsch. The bridesmaid was
prettily dressed In -white Swiss and
The righteous wrath of the busi-. carried a bouquet of pink roses. The
iiivu . "v. .v.imviii... ui i.iuiumu uituc nuio a ucauuiui 5unu ui Dim
was aroused Tuesday by the inhu
mane treatment shown by C. H. Fos
ter toward his step-son Ed Scslow-
Crepe Dechine and carried a bouquet
of cream roses. After congratula
tions were extended to the happy
ski. About three years ago, Foster j couple, a bounteous wedding dinner
married a widow, Mrs. Sclslowski, who j as enjoyed. The parlor was beau
had three small boys. Ed now 13 tlfully decorated for the occasion with
years old, Sam now 10 years old and 1 Oregon Grape and snow balls. Many
Alfred now 7 years 'old. Two years handsome presents were received by
ag;o the i couple moved to Estacada I Mr. and Mrs. Bartsch. Only near rel
from St. John. At that time the old- atlves and friends were present. The
est boy was in the boys' and girls' bride and groom left mid Bhowers of
aid. Lately the boy returned home j rice on the evening train for a brief
only to lead a dog's life with his i wedding tour. After their return they
brothers. j will go to housekeeping, near Pleasant
Whon they first came here they i Home, where the cage is prepared
reniea Mr. u. r . warner s property, . ior me Dim
but Mr. Warner says he was com
pelled to eject them on account of the
Seeley's Best Flour.
H. Joyner, who has been working In
Portland, is home for the summer.
Mr. Neiderhold and Fred Mlchman
attended church In Sandy Sunday.
Miss Mally Ahnert's cousin is vis
iting her this week.
Nick Scheek and family spent a
very pleasant afternoon with the old
Carl Llns spent Sunday afternoon in
Blssell. He thinks Blssell Is all right
and so is the girl.
What seems to be the matter with
all our young people? Nobody seems
to think of celebrating the 4th of
July. Now, this won't do. Let's get
up a rip-roaring celebration and get
all the young and old together and
have a good old time.
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WnTATJV PITRT Tf! '
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OFFICE ESTACADA STATE BANK '' '